Development of a PCR assay to detect the potential production of nivalenol in Fusarium poae

Fusarium species can produce mycotoxins, which can contaminate cereal-based food producing adverse effects for human and animal health. In recent years, the importance of Fusarium poae has increased within the Fusarium head blight complex. Fusarium poae is known to produce trichothecenes, especially nivalenol, a potent mycotoxin able to cause a variety of toxic . . . → Read More: Development of a PCR assay to detect the potential production of nivalenol in Fusarium poae

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